The 2015 Challenger Hellcat is powerful, easy to handle, and quick. What's more, the 2015 Hellcat, along with the rest of the 2015 Challenger lineup from Dodge, is getting electric power steering.
China has decided to wait its 10 percent purchase tax on electric cars. Electric car sales haven't been stellar recently, but this waiver is the country's policymakers' latest effort to address China's energy independence issues.
Infiniti president Johan de Nysschen is leaving Infiniti for General Motors' Cadillac brand. At Cadillac, de Nysschen will be responsible for all aspects of Cadillac globally such as sales and brand development.
Earlier this year, Nissan announced it would have a driverless car by 2020. However, it turns out that Nissan's self-driving car won't actually be fully autonomous.
Sales of SUVs and crossovers now outpace sales of sedans in the US. SUVs and CUVs accounted for 36.5 percent of new US vehicles registered between January and May of 2014, according to IIHS Automotive.
BMW is recalling 1.6 million 3 series vehicles worldwide with Takata airbag inflators as a precautionary measure, the automaker said Wednesday. The BMW 3 Series recall affects 574,000 cars in the US.
A group of New Jersey auto dealers have to pay $1.8 million to settle complaints from consumers about their deceptive practices. Customers say that the New Jersey dealers had deceptive practices, such as failing to honor advertised prices.
Germany will start charging foreign drivers 10 euros, or about $13, to drive on Germany's autobahns for ten day permits. For a one-day permit, Germany will charge 100 euros to go on the Autobahn freeways.
Tesla Motors is facing a copyright lawsuit from Chinese businessman Zhan Baosheng over the trademark of the automaker's name, according to Bloomberg. Tesla Motors had copyright issues with Baosheng before, when he trademarked the Tesla name in 2006, three years after Tesla Motors formed in the US.
Honda is recalling 1 million cars in California with Takata airbags. The recall includes various makes of the Honda Accord, Acura, and other vehicles from model years 2001 to 2011.
Ford is recalling nearly 101,000 North American vehicles, including the Ford Edge and Ford Flex from recent model years. Ford has issued six recalls due to safety issues, including potentially losing drive function, rolling away while parked on a hill, and having gas tanks more prone to leakage.
Chrysler's Dodge brand will restart making its Viper on July 21 after temporarily shutting down production. Chrysler stopped producing the Dodge Viper to figure out a better strategy to boost sales.
Tesla Motors Model S earned the highest score for the annual Total Quality Index study. Tesla Motors earlier won the recognition for the Model S being the 'most-loved car' in the US.
Madrid is using 'smart' parking meters in which drivers enter their license plate number to verify the model and make of the car. If someone drives a diesel or a less fuel efficient car in Madrid, then the driver is charged 20 percent extra to park.
Nissan's June sales for its electric car Leaf slightly dipped in June, but Nissan is still up 5.5 percent since June 2013. Tesla Motors didn't report monthly sales for the Tesla Motors Model S electric car, but it is estimated that Tesla Motors sold about 1,200 cars.
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